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Democracy Now! Friday, September 5, 2003


Published September 5, 2003


Headlines
Europe Scorns U.S. Plea for More Troops in Iraq
Rumsfeld Calls for Iraqis To Take Over Security
Report: Mossad In Iraq for Anti-Terror Efforts
Halliburton Worker Fatally Shot in Iraq
Iraq Foreign Minister Rejects Turkish Troops
Slain Soldiers Father Criticizes Lynchs Book Deal
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"The Only Spanish [Bush] Speaks When it Comes to Jobs is Hasta La Vista" - Democratic Candidates Slam GW in First Ever Bilingual Presidential Debate
Eight candidates took part in the first official debate of the Democratic presidential contenders yesterday. We play an excerpt of the debate as candidates criticized the White House policy on Iraq.

Ex-World Bank Chief Economist Joseph Stiglitz & Public Citizen's Lori Wallach Preview Next Week's WTO Meetings in Cancun
The Nobel Prize winning Stiglitz criticizes U.S. trade policy saying the worlds poorest including Sub-Sahara Africa suffers more because of our trade agreements. Meanwhile Lori Wallach discusses why she was placed on a watchlist of activists developed by Mexican officials.

Up To 8 Million Americans Could Lose Overtime Pay Under New GOP Plan
We host a debate on overtime regulations with AFL-CIOs Karen Nussbaum and Michael Eastman of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and we take a look at a plan to create a new association for people not currently represented by unions.


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